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To protect the soldiers against gas attacks. Mustard gas was very nasty and burned the lungs, killing soldiers. After World War 1, the use of poison gas was banned by the Geneva Convention.
Poison gas only had a effect on about 4% of the soldiers death
The victims, the soldiers fighting and the enemies.
Both sides fighting in WW1 used poison gas to disable enemy soldiers. The soldiers carried gas masks that they wore for protection when poison gas was detected.
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I am thinking that they were plotting on how to destroy their enemies or thinking of their home and family
Romanians and Russians for Romania; Germans, Hungarians, Bulgarians and others for the enemies.
The Spanish Inquisition
there were different president and some soldiers were different and they were against different groups of soldiers
the soldiers of ww1 those of the triple allaince and its colonies against the triple entente and its colonies.
They where fired into the trenches to try and make the soldiers come over the top.
The most lethal poison in the world can be found on the back of a poison dart frog! The frog uses the poison on its back for protection against predators. If you see a picture of a poison dart frog, the colours are very bright and vibrant. These warn of predators that it is poisonous.
Poison Gas was not used in WWII militarily to any large extent. (It was used against millions in the death camps).
For the most part poison gases were sent against enemy forces via canisters in artillery shells.
Yes. Somewhere in the world there is someone who is strongly against pigs and wants them all dead.
It had to fight against enemies on both sides of Germany.
Though, there's a varying estimate of Indian soldiers killed during World War 2, but official estimate is 36000 soldiers, mostly killed in Europe, Northern Africa against German Forces and in Burma against Japanese Army.
His enemies were already prepared for a poison attack because it was used so much in World War One. In Britain for example, every household, school and so on was given gas masks.There wasn't any real value to using gas. It is deadly, yes, but any nation has the ability to create poisons. A poison attack on a civilian population would result in a revenge or counter attack also using poison against Germans.Hitler had fought in World War One where he had witnessed the effects of gas attacks against both his comrades and the Allies. It is believed that Hitler, despite his other atrocities, was too scarred by his experiences with the gas in World War One to consider using it.Poison gas was considered the "weapon of mass destruction". Much like nuclear warheads today - they were used as a defensive counter-measure. As if to say "do this to us and we can do the same back to you". Similar to point 2.
chlorine and mustard
targetsThose on the opposite side called them enemies; those on the same side called them allies.
prisoner of war camps for soldiers, concentration camps for civilians.
They were discriminated against and unable to be officers.
Canisters of poison gas were launched into enemy positions so that the clouds would kill or injure soldiers
the poison est thing in the world is the poison dart frog